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    If a user synchronizes their local login with Microsoft cloud service the account login is replaced with an email and pin. I haven’t been able to login in with NoMachine client if Windows 10 is set up this way. Has anybody else experienced this and/or know how to log in to such a Windows 10 user account?

    (If Windows 10 is set to use a local account it reverts to a classic username and password which works fine).

    Thanks for any help.


    Hi micronaut,

    In Windows 10, the password to account is still available when you add a PIN number as login option.

    So in NoMachine you should write the login (in the case the e-mail) and the password to account to authorise the session.


    Hi micronaut

    Did you get a ‘disconnected by peer’ error?

    I can’t connect to my NoMachine Desktop running on Windows 10. I tried to disable many options like GPU acceleration, but it’ll still not work.




    Hi Andrin,

    Can you clarify when you see that error (before log in screen, when you are requested to provide login and password, after that).

    Could you also send us logs (server and client side) to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com, making sure to reference ‘Windows 10 pin′ as subject?

    If needed, you can find instructions to gather the logs here:


    Hello friends.

    I’m unable to connect from my Windows 7 PC to my Windows 10 PC if I’ve got UDP enabled. I’m using 4.6.12_1. Logs below. Thanks!


    Hello everyone, please tell us the error message that you see printed on the screen when trying to connect. A screenshot might help. Additionally, long log extracts are cut from all posts. If you wish to send them to us, please send the logs to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com.

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